Cognac Martell - VSOP Médaillon
Martell VSOP bears a golden medallion with the effigy of Louis XIV and commemorates the year 1715, which saw the birth of the House of Martell. Its blend is the result of a perfect balance between old eaux-de-vie from the four best crus of the Cognac region.
Christophe Valtaud, Cellar Master: "A balanced cognac, marked by the scent of oak. The length of its aging in casks has allowed it to develop complex aromas and notes of prunes and caramelized dried fruits. A character that brings a lot of richness to a cocktail."
On the nose, notes of lemon and licorice, candied fruits (quince, grapes, plums) and aromas of wood and hazelnut. On the palate, a smooth and complex Cognac, to be served in a tulip glass.
The House of Martell was founded in 1715 by Jean Martell, a daring young man who at just 21 years old was driven by an unwavering commitment to quality. This philosophy of excellence, combined with a capacity for innovation, allows the House to constantly evolve and create new expressions of cognac.
From the very beginning, Jean Martell favored the Borderies area of the Cognac vineyard, which thus became the signature terroir of the House. The clay-limestone soils of the Borderies produce delicate and elegant, floral and sweet eaux-de-vie, characteristic of the Martell style.
- 40 %
- 70 cl